Re: [xep-support] Who to use XSLT with Java-implementation

From: Michael Sulyaev <>
Date: Thu Nov 22 2007 - 01:41:36 PST

Bastian Kroll wrote:
> Maybe somebody from RenderX is reading this and will give me a short hint to
> solve my problem

Hi Bastian,

XEP is a Java program and may be integrated into custom Java code.
However, integration requires a license for "Connectivity Kit" (DevKit,, and Java API is not public.
Please re-post your initial question to dedicated support line
(, which is mainly devoted to integration.

I agree with Dave. If I have a set of arbitrary XML files which are to
be rendered to PDF, I would do a two step process: find out if a file is
'final' (does not have xml-stylesheet PI) - pass it to XEP as FO (and
catch errors), otherwise apply a transform and check if it's 'final'
again (it is possible that there will appear a new xml-stylesheet PI,
and the iterations may or may not end). When done, consider
optimizations to avoid serialization and parsing. There are different
ways to do it.

Best regards,
Michael Sulyaev
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